Rosborough Partners actively supports many horticultural, educational and arts organizations in and around Chicago. Whether by serving on boards or planting breathtaking gardens, we believe it is our responsibility to share the joys of plant artistry and to help make the world a more beautiful place.
- President’s Circle Membership
- Green Industry Membership
- Pledge to the Science & Education Initiative
- Display gardens for the Antique Garden Show
- ‘A Rare Affair’ catalog advertisement; donated plant delivery to the Woman’s Board of the Chicago Horticultural Society.
- Teaching seminars in Spanish at the Garden. Participants include: Jose Mercado, Residential Maintenance Manager; Gabe Mercado, Construction Foreman; Jesus Montoya, Construction Foreman; and Raul Montoya, Construction Foreman.
- Program support with full page ad in the Fall & Spring Guide
- Philip Rosborough, Member of Board of Directors
- Landscape design, construction, mulch for paths, etc. provided
- Member of Board of Directors
- Support for annual House Walk. All proceeds are used to promote conservation and education as well as other civic projects including maintaining Shakespeare Garden at Northwestern University and both the Wildflower and Butterfly Gardens at the Grosse Point Lighthouse,
- Wildflower Garden care provider.
- Evanston High School plant donation through the Garden Club.
- Supported the annual gala benefit. Music of the Baroque is a chorus and orchestra specializing in the performance of 18th century music with performance venues as varied as the Harris Theatre in Millennium Park as well as neighborhood churches chosen for architectural interest and acoustic excellence.
- Financial support for the Horticultural and Landscape Architects Departments.
- Full support of their important Books For A Better Life mission to bring quality reading materials to families in need.
Additional philanthropic efforts:
Chicago Architecture Foundation
Chikaming Open Lands, MI
David Adler Music & Arts Center
Fernwood Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve
Francis W. Parker School
Mano A Mano Family Resource Center